A Trilogy of Human Interest Tales About the Pacific Theater of World War Two

The Second World War began in Europe when Germany invaded Poland in 1939, and then – joined by Italy – Germany attacked other European countries such as France, the Low Countries, and the UK. Two years later, Japan attacked the US and many other nations and colonies in the Asia-Pacific region, hoping that it could negotiate an end to the war with a neutral USA. But the US ramped up production and military training, determined to fight a two-front war to conquer all three aggressors.